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LEVELS OF FIRE PROTECTION

  • LD1 – High Protection
  • LD2 – Medium Protection
  • LD3 – Minimum Protection

What areas to protect?

Levels of Fire Protection – This standard requires protection for occupants in proportion to fire risk. It defines three system categories indicating protection level. Alarm placement and quantity impact fire detection speed—higher category systems offer greater protection.

LD1 – High Protection

All areas where a fire could start, e.g

  • Hallways
  • Landings
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen (Heat Alarm)
  • Bedrooms
  • Airing Cupboards
  • Meter Cupboards

For Mains Powered Fire Protection

For wireless Fire Protection

The standard requires protection for occupants in proportion to fire risk. It defines three system categories indicating protection level. Alarm placement and quantity impact fire detection speed—higher category systems offer greater protection.

LD2 – Medium Protection

Escape routes and high-risk areas, such as:

  • Hallways
  • Landings
  • Kitchen (Heat Alarm)
  • Landing

For Mains Powered Fire Protection

For wireless Fire Protection

The standard requires protection for occupants in proportion to fire risk. It defines three system categories indicating protection level. Alarm placement and quantity impact fire detection speed—higher category systems offer greater protection.

LD3 – Minimum Protection

Escape routes, such as:

  • Hallways
  • Landings

For Mains Powered Fire Protection

For wireless Fire Protection

The standard requires protection for occupants in proportion to fire risk. It defines three system categories indicating protection level. Alarm placement and quantity impact fire detection speed—higher category systems offer greater protection.

In all, having sufficient Levels of Fire Protection will ensure your property is adequately protected at all times.